Lease to buy 225 acres organic farm Kyogle NSW

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Lease to buy 225 acres organic farm Kyogle NSW

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Webiste: https://www.ghinni-ghi.com.au/ 

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Closest Town
Kyogle NSW 2474, Australia
Size
225.0 Acres
Farm Type
Mixed Farming
Annual Rainfall
500mm +
Farming Operation
We run an Angus stud, produce eggs, grow Lucerne, are certified organic, have grown vegetables, hemp and garlic. Each year we grow rye and oats for winter feed. We are using more and more regenerative practices including making our own fertiliser teas. We are moving towards zero inputs. Soil health is of particular importance. The aspiring farmer would be free to establish their own enterprise/s such as vegetables, garlic, Lucerne, eggs, all of which are small scale at present. The farm is certified organic and that needs to be retained.
Infrastructure
There is a 200meg water licence with 21 hydrants across the entire alluvial flats.

Future Requirements

What is the opportunity?
We are open to suggestions. Our principal goal is to see more of our grandchildren. Whilst selling is our preferred option we would consider others. As experienced certified organic farmers we would like the land to be used in a similar fashion. We would be happy to pass on our interlectual property regarding each of the diversified income streams and in particular the angus genetics of our stud. We would gladly mentor /consult etc. to suit the next stewards of our land to help them leave it even better for those who follow them
Vendor Finance Available:
Lease To Buy Available:
Lease Only Available:
Other Transition:
We would prefer to sell and act as mentors, we would also be open to a co-operative purchasing.
Accommodation Provided
Whilst selling is our preferred option we would consider others. Sharefarm

Financial Projections

Is the farm currently profitable?
Yes the farm is profitable, the Angus stud is profitable, the Lucerne is profitable (we currently use contractors) 2nd hand equipment would increase the profitability.
Capital Requirements
We can expand the chooks by 150 without increasing the infrastructure to increase profitability. With a small investment in equipment the scale of the garlic could be increased. That equipment could be covered in the first year of production. Potential for AirBnB
What markets are currently being sold to
Angus cattle are sold at an annual sale or from the paddock. Lucerne is sold to local producers and rural stores. Garlic to an organic store in Lismore, plus online. Eggs to local cafe's and individuals and an organic market each Tuesday.